Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Holding 5K For Local Music ProgramsThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is hosting a charity race to raise money for local music programs.
PTL Links: Aug. 14, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, PAART and Chris Jamison! Click for more information about today's guests!
PTL Links: May 30, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, What's New Dr. Frank?, and Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival! Click for more information about today's guests!
PSO Plays ‘O Danny Boy’ One Final Time For Dan RooneyJust about every year at Christmastime, Dan Rooney asked members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra to play for his team.
Struggling Pittsburgh Symphony Gets $6.5 Million In GrantsThree foundations have collectively committed $6.5 million in donations to help the struggling Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as it deals with budget challenges.
PTL Links: March 8, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Eating You Alive, St. Baldrick's, and CLO Cabaret's Pump Boys & Dinettes! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Back On Stage After 55-Day StrikeAfter a 55-day musician’s strike, the music of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is finally back at Heinz Hall.
PSO Strike Ends As Musicians & Management Agree On ContractThe strike by the musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is now over.
Report: PSO Musicians, Management Could Be Close To Deal To End StrikeThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is nowhere to be found since suspending their picket line Saturday morning.
Symphony Strike Having Negative Effect On Downtown BusinessesThey're still carrying picket signs instead of violins and a clarinets.
PTL Links: Nov. 14, 2016Some of today's guests/topics include: Pittsburgh Penguins 50th Anniversary Film, Three Rivers Film Festival and Slim Forsythe! Click for more information about today's guests!
Pittsburgh Symphony Management, Union Seek Financial OutlookThe Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's management and musicians union have agreed to let an independent expert assess the organization's finances in hopes of ending a musician's strike that began Sept. 30.